IS Radio Expands Reach in Afghanistan

IS Radio Expands Reach in Afghanistan The Islamic State group in Afghanistan has added new programming to its radio broadcasts that the Afghan government has failed to take off the air. The IS-run FM station “Voice of the Caliphate,” which broadcasts from a remote mobile transmitter on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, this week added Dari broadcasts to its lineup. Now it airs programs in Pashto and Dari, the two official languages of Afghanistan. “Voice of the Caliphate” was launched last year and has been airing a message of terror in a region where IS fighters are active. The broadcasts reach Jalalabad, capital of Nangarhar province, as well as nearby districts bordering Pakistan. The station has attracted a large audience in Jalalabad. Local residents say i...
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